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Old 05-09-2023, 01:04 PM   #1376
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The new Mitsu Outlander PHEV comes with J1772 (not CCS) and a CHADeMO. Nobody needs DC fast charging on a PHEV, IMO.. it's just silly that the CHADeMO is continuing on in any form.
chademo's latest version (backwards compatible as well) is capable of better charging than even the Tesla setup. CCS is only a thing because the European union decided that was the standard they were going to adopt, so everyone followed them.

chademo is a japanese standard, so it's not surprising to see it still present on japanese developed cars.
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Old 05-09-2023, 01:23 PM   #1377
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The new Mitsu Outlander PHEV comes with J1772 (not CCS) and a CHADeMO. Nobody needs DC fast charging on a PHEV, IMO.. it's just silly that the CHADeMO is continuing on in any form.
That is very odd. Why would you DC charge a PHEV? lol.
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Old 05-09-2023, 01:35 PM   #1378
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First, she should have had a plan in place before she left home. Also, she could have 120v charged at her brother's house. 5 miles/hr or so.

Better choice: Buy a Tesla. Longer range, better network. No issues.

I went to Austin for the F1 race this past fall. There were multiple Tesla owned locations to charge the Model 3 I rented. Houston also has a ton of locations around it.
I'll let her know she's the problem.
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Old 05-09-2023, 01:42 PM   #1379
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I'll let her know she's the problem.
Haha. Maybe not that harshly. She picked a car with low range and an iffy infrastructure. Her real mistake was just poor planning.
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